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You might want to rethink this fall's bare face/bold lipstick trend. According a new study by consumer group The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, more t
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You might want to rethink this fall's bare face/bold lipstick trend. According a new study by consumer group The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, more t
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You might want to rethink this fall's bare face/bold lipstick trend. According a new study by consumer group The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, more than half of the brands of lipsticks tested contained detectable levels of lead. Millions of toys manufactured in China were recently recalled after it was discovered that lead-based paints were used in their production. Because kids suck on toys, they can ingest lead from their toys, which can contribute to lead poisoning. Similarly, because you eventually end up eating the lipstick you're wearing (gross but true), you presumably don't want it to contain neurotoxins like lead. The worst offenders for lead were: -L’Oreal Colour Riche “True Red